I have always loved Wabi-Sabi/Japandi interior design style. I love that both of these design styles specify humility and simplicity while being at one with nature, meaning a lot of earth elements are involved. I love the simplicity, warmth, and calm of these two styles. Imperfection is their core and I love that because nothing is perfect!
A follower recently asked me for places where they could find Wabi-Sabi/ Japandi pieces. While thinking of stores I remembered exactly how much I love these interior design styles. Recently my designs have been more transitional and I wanted to add different styles to the mix.
The Color Palette
Another reason why I love Wabi-Sabi/ Japandi interior design style is that it uses my favorite color palette, neutrals. Because these styles use a lot of earth elements, I used wood as the main element. To add a bit of character and dimension to the space I used different colors and finishes of wood. I love that these styles are widely known for using shades of brown, which is another reason why I decided to go with different colors wood furniture.
The Furniture and Décor
It all started with this teak wood coffee table by France and Son that I haven’t been able to stop thinking about! I love the warm brown but the design has to be my favorite part.
Teak Wood Organic Coffee Table
I wanted to match the color of the coffee table with other furniture which is why I chose accent chairs with a similar color brown. Because I wanted to add more texture, I went with a leather accent chair.
Mid-Century Leather Show Wood Chair
One of my favorite accents for walls is wood paneling. I have used wood paneling in design before and I love it, especially for Wabi-Sabi/ Japandi design.
Because these design styles are all about simplicity I wanted to stick to that and add minimal décor.
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Until next time!
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